Twin Hill is delighted to announce our most recent uniform launch with Nissan. The program provides uniforms for approximately 19,000 employees, including administration and maintenance, as well as assembly, body and paint technicians, across four manufacturing plants: Smyrna, TN, Canton, MS, and two plants in Decherd, TN- Nissan and Infiniti.
Throughout 2018, Twin Hill partnered with Nissan to produce a uniform program that elevated their previous program. This new program launch introduced different fabrications along with updated fits for comfort and durability with line items, such as updated fit performance polos, lighter- weight pants, and lighter-weight t-shirts. The entire uniform program range includes: a variety of male and female polos, unisex t-shirts, male and female work pants and shorts, long sleeve industrial work shirts, and accessories with Nissan and Infiniti branding.
Twin Hill enhanced Nissan’s uniform process by tailoring a website, something they hadn’t been provided before, to Nissan’s needs. This uniform website is utilized by Nissan’s administrators, creating efficiency and ease of ordering for employees at each location.
To ensure each Nissan employee had the proper fit for comfort and movability, Twin Hill held on-site fittings for one week at the Smyrna plant in late November. In addition, fit lines were sent to all locations as employees were encouraged to try on the garments before placing their orders.
Twin Hill is excited to have the Nissan program officially launched and to be behind Nissan employees loving the way they look and feel throughout their work day.
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